Used to play with Tecnifibre 125s - which i really liked but I guess I beat up on it too much. The PXT 115 feels great - don't miss the 125s at all especially as the 125s is way more expensive.
PXT 115 has a little more pop and is ever so slightly head heavy, but maneuverable and solid.
Didn't care for the grip that came with it, wrapped it with Mega Tac - nice a sticky now.
I am on my second PXT 115; frame on the first one cracked less than 2 months after purchase. Company did offer me a discount on a new raquet so I took the offer and purchased 2. Been playing regularly now for one month and so far so good........power and touch are probably the best I have felt in my years as "B" player.
I really love this racquet. I wasn’t the biggest fan of the strings, so strung some ashaways in there at a higher tension, since the PXT already provided a ton of power. Now I get a ton of power as well as great touch. Definitely the best racquet I’ve used so far, and at a fraction of the price of other competitive racquets
Very happy with this racket. I actually use as my back-up racket. The price is right . Sturdy but perfectly weighted with nice touch. Definitely recommended. Will buy again
Love this racquet. Light and stiff frame give you lots of power and maneuverability. Touch isn't as good as the PNT model but still consistent once you get used to it. Worth it for the power and quickness for volleying. As with all Zamsa, great value for a high quality racquet.
The racquet is fantastic - better in both performance and durability than similar racquets that I have paid $150+ for. Excellent service as well. The free shipping over $95 is great, and my racquet was promptly delivered (within a few days of my order). I would highly recommend this racquet and will continue to buy my racquets from Xamsa from now on, as this was my first!
The PXT 115 is the best racket I've played with so far. It's very light, but very head heavy, so I still get a great weight of stroke without too much work. It's pretty stiff, but you get used to it quickly. And for it's price range, it's an unbeatable deal.
This was the only racquet I have ever purchased that I could use right out of the box. Strings and grip were good and the PXT 115 has lasted twice as long as the previous PXT 110. Highly recommended.
Great racquet for a really good price. Don't let the $100 price tag fool you, this racquet is on par with the top of the line $200 racquets. I previously was using the Carboflex 125S but will reach past it for the PXT 115. Although total power on a clean shot is likely slightly more with 125S, I consistently play with more power with the PXT 115 because of the more forgiving nature of the sweet spot. Even off center shots with PXT 115 have little to no vibration and a good feel. Control was great. It feels very similar in many ways to the 125S so it was an easy transition. I am using the factory strings, which seem to work fine to me. They remind me a lot of the TF strings. Good pop but you can cut the well ball also. I wasn't big on the stock grip at first, but it has grown on me and I am consistently using it. I don't typically use an overgrip and it works well for me.
My wife and I have been using the PXT115 and the PNT110 (Respectively) for a few months now. I have found the PNT110 to be a great racquet. The touch and finesse of the PNT110 is spot on. No vibration or pinging and plenty enough power for me when I need it. My wife loves the PXT115. She had been using another branded racquet previously and found an instant improvement to her game when she started using the Xamsa racquet. Will be using Xamsa racquets from here on in.